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Bro. W. H. Minott, L. U. 481, Hartford, Conn.
Bro. Thomas Connolly, L. U. 528, New York,
Bro. Steve Boracco, L. U. 528, New York,
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Of Brother O. J. Netzel, No. 83401, of Local 504, Flushing, N. Y. If found, please forward to Fin. Sec. George Walleck, 92 Queens Ave., Flushing, N. Y.
Of Brothers Harry Baldauf, Card No. 57326, Wm. Baldauf, Card No. 57324 and Edward Platt, Card No. 126163, of L. U. 516, Torrington, Conn. If found, notify Brother J. W. Scollay, Financial Secretary of Local Union 516, 392 So. Main St., Torrington, Conn.
Of Brothers F. S. Copeland, Card No. 60641 and Ruben Bayley, Card No. 73933 of Local Union 487, Sacramento, Calif. found please return to Secretary Thos. J. Meherin, 3744 Second Ave., Sacramento, Calif.
Of Brother Waldeman Hansen, Card No. 80152, of Local Union 814, Englewood, N. J. If found, please return to Brother H. Flannery, Fin. Sec. of Local 814, 32 East Englewood Ave., Englewood, N. J.
Of Brother M. Krans, Card No. 112105, of Local Union 1348, Los Angeles, Cal. found, please return to Secretary of Local 1348, Brother I. Spiegel, 1183 Delphi St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Of Brother Charles H. Kline, in September, 1923. If found, please return to M. G. Kremer, Sec. Local Union 978, 415 Boone St., Pottsville, Pa.
Of Brothers Thos. Shields, No. 115977, and Jos. Agsta, No. 94571, of Local Union 1035, Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. Bro. Agsta believes that a member of the local clearing to Chi
MORE PRINTERS ARE WINNING 44-HOUR WEEK.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 1.-There are now but 2,365 persons carried on the strike rolls of the International Typographical union in the strike for the 44-hour week in the book and job industry, according to the report by President Howard in the Typographical Journal, the union's official organ.
Since the strike was declared, in May, 1921, the union has collected $15,810,503 in strike assessments and paid out $14,673,565 in strike financing, mainly in strike benefits. The strike assessment has been reduced from 5 per cent to 2 per cent and brings in approximately $217,000 per month.
The black spots are Pennsylvania and the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. There are 419 members on the strike rolls in Pennsylvania, 446 in Ontario, and 247 in Quebec.
Montana and New Jersey are thoroughly cleaned up for the 44-hour week. Out of 14 typographical unions in Montana but one union and one member are affected by the strike. In New Jersey with 19 unions there are also but one union and one member in the strike zone.
Any member not receiving his Journal regularly, please fill out the above blank and forward to the above address, marking envelope Journal Department. Don't Forget Your Address Also Must be Changed with Secretary of L. U.
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